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by Kevin Alfred Strom (pictured) THERE IS A LINE in Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night that always struck me as applicable to our people’s plight: “The strongest guard is placed at the gateway to nothing. Maybe because the condition of emptiness is too shameful to be divulged.”
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by Matt Parrott WHEN YOU’RE trying to poison somebody, you want to be sneaky about it. When somebody is trying to poison you, you want to be loud about it. The Jewish strategy of patiently infiltrating and subverting our mainstream institutions is necessarily secretive and relies heavily on…
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THE BRITISH National Party’s “Bring Our Boys Home” campaign is far and away the most successful non-election-time recruiting campaign ever, and the entire stock of 200,000 leaflets, 100 banners and thousands of petition forms have already been used up, party Communications Officer Paul Golding…
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